Video Premiere: V.C. "Roy M."
- Words: Chris Kokiousis
Helsinki-based producer V.C. (a.k.a. Jukka Santanen) had a hand in bringing Scandinavia's exuberent, bass-driven skweee movement to life, and the artist's new video for "Roy M." demonstrates the genre's hyperchromatic sound in visual form. Created by Antony Barkworth-Knight, the piece begins with arrows that jet across a bright, single-colored background, gradually adding different shapes to its arsenal, as a choppy dancehall rhythm chugs along and sidestepping analog synths cram the soundscape. The forthcoming LP from which this track is taken, Invisibility, is set to drop on December 6 via V.C.'s own Raha & Tunteet imprint.
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